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September 2016 edition

Get creative with your hallway consults, learn how to create an app (10 steps), apply for grant funding and meet your regional award winners for 2016!

2016 regional award winners announced

Our new Regional Mentors of the Year describe what mentorship means to them. Find out who they are and what they said!

Also, meet your 2016 Prix d’excellence-Specialist of the Year recipients and find out what sets them apart…

Residents Medical Educators

Royal College Research

Recent staff publications / grants @#RCResearch:

Department of Medicine (Medical Education Research / Medical Innovation) Grant ($20,479): Can we assess trainees, provide written feedback, and improve uptake? A grounded theory study of assessment anchors in postgraduate medical education. (Nancy Dudek, Wade Gofton, Janelle Rekman, Allan McDougall)

Glenn Posner (co-author): Evaluation of an Electronic Consultation Service in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Ontario.
Authors: Fady Shehata et al.

Wade Gofton & Nancy Dudek (co-authors): Entrustability Scales: Outlining Their Usefulness for Competency-Based Clinical Assessment.
Authors: Janelle Rekman et al.

For a complete list of 2015-2016 publications by RC staff and educators, please visit our publications page.

Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics

Care to brush up on your clinical statistics? The Research Unit presents another online seminar by statistician Dr. Nick Barrowman (CHEO/University of Ottawa). Contact for more information regarding the presentation.


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